This lecture covers basic Korean phrases related to the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Get in touch if you have any specific questions that were not addressed in the video.
How’s everyone been? This is my first new post in two years! Gonna try a little harder from now on. Stay tuned! —————————————————————— There are a few ways of expressing the idea of “direction” in Korean: 방향, 방면, 쪽 etc., but the focus of today’s class will be words and phrases derived from the Chinese … Continue reading
Hi, everyone! Since I began making my videos on the Korean language, I’ve been posting them on my main YouTube channel, English in Korean. To make it easier for everyone to find the videos they’re looking for, I decided to make a new channel just for the Korean-learning videos. Here’s the link! YouTube.com/KoreanChamp
여행: vacation 대충대충: halfheartedly 강: river 남(쪽): south 하천, 도랑: stream, creek 북쪽: north 동쪽: east 서쪽: west 군중: a crowd 붐벼요: It’s crowded. 빵: bread 빵집: bakery 학원: a private institute 교통 신호: a traffic signal 축구: soccer (football) 응원해요: I’m cheering (for my team) 친구: friend 친구랑 산책해요: I’m taking a walk with … Continue reading
Please subscribe to my free YouTube channel! English in Korean on YouTube Hi, everyone! I’m finally back! I’m kicking off a new series called “Korean Vacation,” in which we’ll explore cool places in Korea and learn easy Korean phrases along the way. I’m going to be posting new videos every 10 days from now on, … Continue reading
KChamp Podcast 12: Korean Hat Slang! If you’re living in Korea, you’ve probably noticed the hats with clever bits of Korean written on them that started showing up in the major party districts about two years ago. Since it’s never a good idea to wear a hat emblazoned with a phrase you can’t understand, … Continue reading
If you’ve been working at Korean for more than a few weeks, I’m sure you’ve experienced the frustration of not being able to find an appropriate translation for a particular word or phrase. Sometimes it’s a Korean phrase that no one seems to be able to translate into English for you, and sometimes it’s an … Continue reading
If you’re looking to incorporate Korean study into your daily pop culture consumption routine but have a hard time stomaching Korean soap operas, comic books might just be the answer. Because the story is told through dialogue, comics provide the perfect opportunity to observe Korean phrases in action. Also, the written medium always you … Continue reading